Kodi Lynn is a down to earth Nebraska native with her eyes on the prize. She moved to the city in 2014 for a two year musical theater conservatory program at the New York Film Academy. During her time studying at NYFA, she sang at 54 below in Ewalt and Walkers' “The Making of Madeleine Moore", belted in NYFA’s production of “Chess”, and worked with the effervescent Bobby Cronin and Crystal Skillman on a musical adaption of the claymation film “Mary and Max.” Before leaving school, she wrote a dance on film script called “Could you Dance in my Shoes” that was brought to its feet and directed by Deidre Goodwin. After graduating the program Kodi pursued many different avenues of the art world. She has been the assistant director for two readings at the New York Film Academy and a short film entitled “Je l’aime a Mourir.” She worked costumes on a production of “Urinetown” and celebrated a film she appeared in entitled "Seeking Alice" that won Best Movie Musical at the 2017 Manhattan Film Festival. She just completed a Tween Course at NYFA teaching ages 9-13 musical theater technique. Finally, Kodi is absolutely ecstatic about her immersive multimedia musical "Chrysalis" being produced by THE CREATORS COLLECTIVE. The show went up August 5th, 2017. More dates are in the works!